How a Barometer Works?


Barometers show what the pressure of the air is. They are a long tube that sits in a pool of mercury. The levels of the mercury in the tube adjust based on the air pressure.
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A barometer works by measuring the rise and fall of the air and/or the atmospheric pressure. Once you have properly adjusted a barometer for the proper normal atmospheric pressure in your area, you can use it to calculate weather changes at home, as good as any weatherman you see on television. You can find more information here:
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